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Harring Report another ‘Deep Throat’ – Official DoD Iraq War US Military over 8 Times More Dead than Reported


‘DoD Deliberately Reducing The Numbers,’ States Brian Harring, Domestic Intelligence Reporter

TEMPE, AZ, August 3, 2005, Dandelion Books [] . . . Actual death toll of US Military in Iraq is in excess of 8,000, “far more realistic than the government’s current official number of 1,800-plus,” according to ‘Deep Throat’ data researcher Brian Harring.

Dandelion Books has just signed a contract with TBR News to publish Prelude to Disaster: The Harring Report – Complete Official DoD Iraq & Afghanistan US Military Casualty List, by TBR News ( It will be available in September at , and other participating websites.

According to Brian Harring, a computer data specialist who obtained this report for, a popular Internet news website, of the 158,000 US Military shipped to Iraq, 34,000 have either deserted, were killed or seriously wounded. DoD lists currently being quietly circulated indicate almost 9,000 dead, over 23,000 seriously wounded and a large number of suicides, forced hospitalization for ongoing drug usage and sales, murder of Iraqi civilians and fellow soldiers, rapes and courts martial.

Prelude to Disaster also includes Russian daily military intelligence reports of the Iraqi War from March 17 – April 8, 2003. “These reports are certainly far more informative and accurate than the heavily edited and controlled material now appearing in the various branches of the American media,” states TBR News. “We’ve also included Russian intelligence analysis of ‘two enormous mistakes made by the U.S. command during the planning stages of this war that resulted in obvious strategic failure.’”

“President Bush personally ordered that no pictures be taken of the coffined and flag-draped dead under any circumstances,” says Harring. “He claims this is to comfort the bereaved relatives, but is designed to keep the huge number of arriving bodies secret.

“Bush has never attended any kind of a memorial service for his dead soldiers,” states Harring. “He never will because he is terrified some parent might curse him in front of the press, or, worse, attack him.”

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